How you handle your money early on in life — from being a stickler about adhering to a monthly budget to starting to save for retirement as soon as possible — can lay the groundwork for a strong financial future.
And it can be as simple as adopting these five money-savvy habits, which can help put you on the road to being financially healthy for years to come.
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